this is not for men'sSUSANthis is not for men's shoes.3
Functional & ModernErikaI love this piece! It has been wonderful for storage and a great bench to sit and put your shoes on.5
CuteLuisYou can storage things and save space5
Does not fit mens shoesAaron B.The design is nice and it assembles well, but it cannot fit men's shoes. I wear a size 10-10.5 US and I can't put my shoes in this thing without hindering door function. I have to put my shoes in sideways (relative to door operation), taking up way more space. If the designers add 1-2" it would accommodate more shoe sizes. This was not very well thought out.2
Kids Storage/Teen UseYVONDIAThis is almost perfect for our teens. As others have commented, Men shoes should be placed sideways.
This shoe storage is part of a kids line offered at Ikea.5
Functional but not perfectPETERWent for a shoe organizer with doors since our dog sometimes eats our shoes. However it should really be a few inches deeper. Our size 11/12 mens shoes have to go in sideways. We were able to fit 6 pairs using the MURVEL shoe organizers.4
Looks really nice with LotsRICHALooks really nice with Lots of space .5
Nice small storageANNANice small storage5
Just wish it were aMARYJust wish it were a little deeper to more comfortably hold bigger shoes. Great to have 5th leg.4
Great for what we’re using it for!Cassandra wolfMy husband and I couldn’t find a tv stand that we liked and came across this shoe cabinet and was like....it could work? Plus it was way cheaper! Bonus. We fit in our board games and controllers. One of the doors squeaks a little as you move it but not enough to drive me insane.4
Very sturdy cabinetVP2019This doubles as a shoe cabinet and a sturdy bench so you can sit down and put on your shoes. I only wish it was slightly wider to accommodate more shoe sizes. I'm a women's 8.5 (US) and while my shoes just barely fit, my husband's shoes have to be placed in the cabinet sideways so the inner door can close.4
functional and elegantapril4665I use this to hide the shoes. You can put enough shoes in here and you don't see them. You can even sit on it.5
Shoe cabinet is great but check shoe sizesachingupta006Everything looks good but the depth is not enough if you have a large feet size. My shoe size is UK 10 (US 10.5) and though the shoe fits in if you put it from the side where only one panel is closed bu when slide the inner panel it collides with the foot. So before buying put your shoes and close/open both the panels.4
Too shortSkylerkristineGood height but too short to fit shoes unless you put them in sideways. Cant use for what i expected but i have already put it together so i will figure something out2
Caro1018Very nice and good price!!!5
NeatM_BR_RBought this few weeks ago, it was easy to assemble and fits perfectly in our space. Only disappointing factor is if the shoe size is larger(>US M 10), have trouble closing the door.3
MagnoliaMHappy that I bough this, everything I was hoping for.5
Great piece of furnitureGypsywomenI bought this to put by my front door to reduce clutter and it works great love it great for storing shoes and other things things5
Great and minimalist designCoolestI bought this a month ago and love the sleek design and the overall look that it added to my room5
Pretty BUTPongpongI brought 2 weeks ago. This is pretty and strong. But if you have a size 9 over for man’s shoes, i can’t recommend. Careful stacks doors.3
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